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Paper Port
Puerto Papel (Spanish)
Porto Papel (Portuguese)
Genre Comedy
Children's television series
Created by Alvaro Ceppi
Hugo Covarrubias
Carlos Bleycher
Cristian Louit
Gabriel Noe
Written by Carlos Bleycher
Country of origin Chile
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 52
Producer(s) Gabriel Noé
Paula Taborda dos Guaranys
Running time 11 minutes
Production company(s) Zumbástico Studios
Original network TVN
Picture format HDTV 1080p
Audio format Stereo
First shown in Chile

Paper Port (Spanish: Puerto Papel) is a 2016 animated children's television series produced by Zumbastico Studios. The series blends stop-motion and 2D animation with papercraft characters and environments, in a technique called Papermotion.[1]

The series was co-produced by the channels Televisión Nacional de Chile (Chile), Pakapaka (Argentina), Gloob (Brazil), and Señal Colombia. Additionally, it's also produced by Pipeline Studios in Canada and distributed by Millimages in France. It first aired in 2016. It also airs on Discovery Kids (Latin America).[2] Paper Port's season 2 is in production, as well as a movie.[3]


Matilde, a 12-year-old girl, spends her vacations at her grandfather's house in the seaside city of Paper Port. After finding a magic coconut she wakes up every day with a mysterious new power, which she has to deal with in each episode, together with her friends Carlos, Ferni, and Boldo.

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